Friday, January 15, 2016

Rottweiler Compared to Pitbull (VIDEO)


Both of them are often missunderstood by the media and general population. Let's compare them about their power, bite force, socialization etc....



Rottweiler or Pitbull which one is a better dog?
Who will win when we face the facts and stats about those dog breeds?
Which breed is more aggressive?
Which of them shed most?
Do Rotties or Pitbulls need more exercise?
Does a Rottweiler have a stronger bite force than a Pitbull ?

watch the video to learn more about them

9 comments:

  1. Rotties are my all time favorite. Pitts are great also, they just get a bad name because of asshole owners.

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    1. I love both but i own a rottie.I always say no bad dog, just bad owners. Only one dangerous breed...humans.

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  2. Rotties are my all time favorite. Pitts are great also, they just get a bad name because of asshole owners.

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  3. I actually own a rotti, pit, don't mix he's my profile picture

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  6. I now have a lovely Rottie, I am afraid of dogs and have been since a child aged 12 when I was bitten by a dog, but I decided that I could go for a Guide dog, but because of my mobility problems the guide dog would get enough "work" a day, we considered Puppy training but decided we couldn't deal with after 12 months handing it back, so we decided on a rescue dog with Dogs Trust, first one was a Rottie cross Collie but she had a big thing against men and finished up biting my step son, so she had to go back, and my wife wanted to leave but I said if we go then you won't get a dog, so they introduced us to Boris, a full Rottie, he had been there for 3 1/2 weeks, and they wanted a permanent home before he could have surgery for his hip and knees (damaged by birth) so we took him on and wow, I don't regret it one little bit, he is my dog, he has had all his surgeries now and he is a wonder dog, and me for some one who doesn't like dogs, absolutely adore him and would not trade him for anything. I now love Rotties.

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